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The Town is Bxperiencing a Rapid and I
Healthful Growth -New Enter
prises and New Buildings.
The town of Prosperity is experienc
ing a rapid growth. Every few weeks
bring the news that a new enterprise I
has been chartered or a new building i
erected. And not only is the growth
rapid, but it is healthy. Her enter
prises are in a flourishing condition.
Men of excellent business judgment
and ability are at- the head of their
affairs, and the town's citizens are
working for the advancement of her
Dirt was broken on Thursday pre
paratory to the erection of the building
for the Cotton Seed Oil Mill. This en
terprize was organized on the 16th day
of April o'f this yer with the following
officers: President, and Treasurer, L.
A. Seaso; Vice-President, A. H. Haw
kins; Secretary, I Robert Pugh. The
directors are: A. G. Wise, L. A. Sease,
W. P. Pugh, A. H. la4kins, G. Y.
unter, Rev. C. P. Boozer, J. S.
Y'The oil mill is to be located just
opposite the C., N. & L. depot. The
building is to be o modern structure,
60 x 40 feet, with engine room in the
:ear. The construction would have
aeen begun earlier but for delays in
.acuring material occasioned by the re
'cent floods. The brick is all on" the
ground now, however, and work is being
.pushed rapidly. President Sease hopes
to be ready to gin cotton by the middle
of September, and to begin the making
c. of oil by the 15th day of October. The
Y' mill will use its own syste, of water ]
works, bringing water from a spring
about half a mile distant.
Among the officers and directors of
this' enterprise are numbered some of
Newberry county's best citizens and
ablest business men, and the mill has
bright prospects. President Sease is a
graduate of Clemson College, and a
practical business man.
NEW STORE BUILDINGS.
The handsome brick store being
erected by R. I. Stoudemayer on Main
street, adjoining the three new stores
- of K. Baker, is nearing completion.
The store will be used by G. A. Maffett,
conducting a grocery business.
Work is being pushed on the brick
store buildings being erected by Dr. G.
Y. Hunter and P. C. Singley. Dr.
Hunter's building adjoins Hunter &
Wheeler's drug store, and takes the
place of the old wooden structure for
merly used by this drug firm.
Mr. Singley's building adjoins Dr.
Wheeler's and succeeds the wooden
structure formely occupied by B. B.
-Schumpert & Co. It will be used by
Messrs. Schumpert & Co. in theh
general merchandise business.
Only recently K. Baker, of Green
wood, completed the erection of three
handsome brick store buildings on up
per Main street. These are now oc
cupied by Dr. C. T. Wyche, druggist;
Morris & Wicker, general merchandise;
F. E. Schumpert & Co., groceries.
HANK OF PROSPERITY.
One of the most flourshing of the en
*terprises in Prosperity is the Bami
Prosperity. The first paymenm
capital stock of this institution- *a pay
ment of twenty per~ cent.-wvas made
on the first (day-of September of last
*year. On the first day of this month,
just ten months after the first payment,
the bank declared I' semi-annual divi
dend of three per cent. on its capital of
$25,000. Its quarterely statement shows
a surplus of $1,500; undivided profits,
$453.99; deposits, $28,513.99. These
facts indicate very clearly its flourish
ing condition. Its officers are: A. G.
Wise, President; G. Y. Hunter, Vice
~President; J: F. Browne, Cashier. Di
rectors: C. P. Boozer, N. L. Black. C.
W. Robertson, Geo. Y. Hlunter, S. S.
Birge, J. F. Browne, and A. G. Wise.
PESOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.
The People's National Bank, with a
capitalization of $25,000, was organized
during the first part of May of this year,
with the following officers: President,
M. A. Carlisle, of the Newberry Na
tiional Bank; Vice-President, U. C.
Moseley; Cashier, W. W. Wheeler. The
officers state that a committee has been
*appointed to select a site for the new
building which it is proposedl to erect, and
that as soon as the committee shall have
decided, wvo:k on the building wvill be
commenced immediately. The gentle
men at the head of this enterprise are
experienced bankers and good and suc
cessful business men.
TH1E CITY HALL.
During the latter p)art of last year
a handsome city hall wvas erected at a
cost of $2,500. The size of the struic
ture is 40 x 60 feet, with a market
house, 14 x 28 feet, attached. The hall
has a seatinig capacity of something
like 500, and is as handsome as any
town in the State Prosperity's size can
NO VAC/.NT HOUSES.
One of the best evidences of the city's
prosperity is the fact that there is not
*a house in town for rent. This includes
store buildings and dwellings. Several
persons are comtemp lating erecting
handsome residlences in the very near
.THlE SCHOOL EL,ECTION.
Possibly there is only one matter in
which Prosperity lags behind, and this
matter she will seek to remedy today.
Her school ljuilding is not in keeping
with her advancement along other lines.
The present building has been in usc
many years, and has seen its best days
Tcday, however, an election will be
held to decide the question of issuing
bonds to the amount of $5,000 for the
purpose of erectingr a new school build.
ng and purchase a lot therefor. This
flection has been ordered upon a peti
.ion of more than one-third of the free
iolders resident of School District No.
The need of a new school building in
?rosperity is plain to all. The bonds
vill no doubt be voted, as they should
)e. Then will Prosperity's educational
tdvancement be in keeping with her
idvancement along other lines.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Editor A. B. Cargile, of Saluda, is in
Major Robt. H. Welch was In Colum
Miss Jeanne Pelham is visiting friends
Mr. Roland Spearman spent Sunday
it the Isle of Palms.
Mrs. E. M. Evans and son are visit
ng relative's at Kinards.
Mrs. Graham, of Columbia, is visit
ng her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Sheley.
Mr. B. E. Dendy, of Clinton, was in
;he city the latter part of last week.
The Rev. S. H. Zimmerman has gone
;o Hendersonville to spend a short
During the absence of the pastor ser
rices will be conducted as usual at Cen
,ral Methodist church.
Miss Lula Habenicht, of Columbia,
'eturned home on Friday after a few
lays' visit to Mrs. W. Brown.
Mr. E. P. Scholtz left yesterday for
kltonlia, Ala., to take a position with
Vason & Hoge Co., contractors.
SuperintendentWerts has apportioned
qewberry's sha:e of the dispensary
>rofits among 'the various school dis
Mr. S. D. Shockley, who is with the
Bryan Printing Co., Columbia, visited
is old home at Helena Sunday and yes.
Messrs. J. E. Norwood, W. C. Tyree
xnd Dr. D. L. Boozer went to the Isle
)f Palms Friday night, returning to
Miss Olive Bardin, of Charleston, who
itas been in the city the guest of Mis,
Pauline Gilder, left. on Saturday foi
[lorence, where she will visit.
Miss Euphemia McClintock, president
f the College for Women, has gone tc
Boston to attend the National Educa
ional Association.--Tne State.
Dr. and Mrs. Jas. P. Kinard, wlc
lave been visiting the family of Mr.
Jno. M. Kinard in the city, have re
turned to their home at Rock Hill.
Miss Ida Murtishaw, of Columbia,
visited the famiily of Mr. E. Y. MorriF
last week. Miss Murtishaw will spenc
3everal days in Pomaria before return
Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Houseal and fam.
ily went to Pawley's Island on Satur.
day. Dr. Houseal returned yesterday.
Mrs. Houseal and children will spend i
month on the coast.
Mr. C. C. Stewart, who is in charge
of a big contract for the Lee Count
Manufacturing Company at Bishopville
sp' nt Sa+.urday night and Sunday athi:
in thue city, returning to Bishop
sunday afternoon. Mr. Stewar
Sin Bishopville for several monthi
2'r. Gco. B. Cromer, president o
Newberry College, spent yesterday ii
the city on his way to Rock Hill, wher<
tonight he will deliver an address to the
State Summer School. Although thi
Lutheran denomination numbers bu
about 10,000 communicants in this State
the attendance upon Newberry Colleg,
is nearly as large as that in somn
of the colleges of stronger denomina
tions.--The State, 6th.
The Savings Bank.
The quartetly statement of the Sas
ings.Bank shows this institution to b
in a very healthy and flourishing cor
dition. The deposits, as will be seem
amount to $134,582.39. The bank o
the first declared a 3.4 per cent. div
dend, an increase of one-half per cent
over any previous dividend.
Mayes' Drug Store.
Mr. W. G. Mayes has furnished hi
drug store on Main street with son
new show cases. They are of late di
sign, known as the "Silent Salesman,
and are especially suited for the dru
business. Mr. Mayes has also instalkd
a very handsom~e prescripution cas
The furniture is of oak and highly fil
The store now presents a very han
some appearance, and Mr. Mayes
well prepared for anything in his lini
Barbecue at Pomarla.
Messrs. Jno. A. Graham and H. I
Wicker will give a first-class barbeci
in the grove at Pomaria~on the first
The Glorious Fourth.
Newberry was full of negroes on t
Fourth. They sleemed to enjoy tl
day. Except for'the crowd of negro
the Pourth in Newberry was unc
The Southern sold about three hu
dred tickets from Nowherry to Hele
on the Fourth ---the train stopped t
tween stations long enough to take
Goodl Everywhere Used.
Bransford's "Clifton" is guarant<
by the maker to be the best f'our in'i
market. It is carefully milled fr
sound wheat, making bread that Is Pu
wholesome and nutritious-just wl
the American people need for tU
daily food. Besides "Clifton" Is an
round flour, being as well adapted
making cake and pastry as it is br
and biscuit. Hayes & McCart3
TRB FRATBRNAL ORDERS.
Installation of Offlers Pulaski Lodge,
I. 0. 0. F., and Bergell Tribe
1. 0. R. M.
The installation of officers of Pulask:
Lodge, No. 20, Independent Order Odd
Fellows, elected to serve for the ensu
ing term of six months, took place or
Friday night. Following is a list of the
newly chosen officers:
District Deputy Grand Master, Theo.
Noble Grand, J. S. Smith.
Vice-Grand, L. M. Player.
Secretary, T. 0. Stewart.
Financial Secretary, F. H. Carnpsen.
Treasurer, Theo. Danielson.
Warden, D. I. Franklin.
Conductor, James Vines.
R. S. N. G., Jno. W. Earhardt.
L. S. N. G., E. H. Aull.
R. S. V. G., W. S. Langford.
L. S. V. G., T. S. Hudson.
R. S. S., . D. Shockley.
L. S. S., M. C. Shirey.
I. S. G., T. E. Smith.
0. S. G., C. D. Knight.
P. G., J. M. Guin.
C., Van Smith.
Trustees: J. Y. Jones, F. H. Domi
nick, Van Smith.
,Finance Committee: T. S. Hudson,
A. L. Knight, James Vines.
Visiting Committee: J. S. Smith, L.
M. Player, Theo. Danielson, J. W. Ear
herdt, F. H. Campsen, E. H. Aull,
C. D. Knight.
THE RE) MEN.
Bergell Tribe, No. 24, I. 0. R. M.,
held its installation of officers for the
ensuing term on Thursday night. Fol
lowing are the officers:
Prophet, J. M. Guin.
Sachem, I. 0 Burton.
Senior Sagamore, J. B. Leonard.
Junior Sagamore, T. 0. Stewart.
First Sanap, Willie Johnson.
Second Sanap, Brooks Guin.
Guard of Wigwam, Pick Williams.
Guard of Forest, J. L. Williams.
Warriors: No. 1, Will Ieed; No. 2
Ed Fulmer; No. 3, R. P. Franklin; No
4, J. B. Gregory.
Braves: No. 1, E. H. Aull; No. 2, H
D. Havird; No. 3, P. 1). Johnson; No
4, K. Albriton.
Keeper of Wampum, J. H1. Hair.
Collector of Wampum, 0. Klettner
Chief of Records, W. B. 'Thompson
An alarm bell has been attached t(
the telephone at fire department head
quarters. Those desiring to give th(
fire alarm over the telephone may noti
fy central, and the alarm will be give1
by three rings. The number of th(
'phone is 113.
The Anderson Tournament.
The Excelsiors have received an invi
tation t attend the firemn's tourna
ment in Anderson August 4-7. Th
rules and list of prizes accompanied th
invitation. The Excelsiors had decide(
to enter the hand reel and hose wago
races, but since receiving the rule
they are hesitating. The rules are ver
- incomplete and are essentially differen
from those which have prevailedi
former tournaments. After securin
more information, however, the New~
e berry boys may enter. The first prize
on the reel and horse wagon races ar
$100 each. The first grab race priz
The Citadel Cadets.
SAmo'ng the graduates of the Citad'
e this year were two Newberry Count
.. young rnen-Messrs. Herbert Workme
and C. '3. Seybt. Mr. Workmaii hi
returne I home andl Mr. Seybt has gor
to Cnarleston wvhere he has accept<
the position of book-keeper for a bui
e ness house. Mr. Cecil Wychie, who
also attending the Citadel, has return<
to his home at Prosperity for the suir
n mer vacation.
On the Diamond.
The West End base ball team we
to Laurens 6n Friday andl played ta
s games with the Laurens team. T
e first game resulted in a score of 3 t<
ini favor of West End. The game
~'Saturday morning resulted in a score
g17 to 6 in favor of Laurens. The W<
d End boys hope to get two or tI
3. games wvith Laurens on the West E
.diamond next week.
West End's and Mollohon's seec
3- teams crossed bats on the Molloh
is diamond Saturday afternoon. 'I
e. score was 13 to 5 in favor of West Ei
Batteries: For West End, Taylor .a
Stewart; for Mollohon, L. Neal e
fSpecial Sale of Summer Rate Tickets
the Mountains and Seashore.
The Columbia, Newberry & Laur4
heRailroad offers Week-End Spec
eSummer rates to the Mountains i
e to the Seashore and other summer
b- sorts. Tickets sold each Saturday Jr
6th to August 29th, 1903, inclusive,
follows: From Newberry, S. C., to
aCross Hill, S. C...... ........ .....2
Glenn Springs, S. C. .......... ...2
Greenville, S. C... ...............2
Isle of Paln's, S. C............,..
Spartanburg, S. C ................2
Sullivan's Island, N. C . .......
~ed Waterloo, S. C. (HIarris Spring)...
~he White Stone Lithia Springs, S. C.
."' These arc week end tickets, sold c
aat; Saturday, final limit Tuesday follow
eir date of sale.
nll- Vor further information andlsel
to es, call on or write
. W., Dr.nning, Agsn
LITTLE ISOUNTAIN REUNION.
To Be Held On The ftb Day of August- P
Those Who Will Deliver
The annual reunion of the alumni and l
students of Newberry College for New- v
berry and Lexington counties will be u
held at Little Mountain on the 7th day
The opening address will be delivered a
by the Rev. B. D. Wessinger. a
Addresses upon educational topics will
be delivered by Prof. S. J. Derrick, of f
Newberry College; Hon. E. H. Aull; a
Prof. E. 0. Counts, of the Prosperity t
graded school; Prof. E. B. Wallace,
superintendent of education for Rich
land county; and Dr. George B. Cromer,
president of Newberry College.
No doubt the usual railroad rates and
accommodations will be secured.
Every effort will be made by the
authorities to make this reunion one of
the most successful ever.held at Little
Mountain. The officers having in charge
the arrangements for this reunion are: b
President, W. A. Counts, of Little il
Mountain; Secretary, J. E. Boland, of t
Little Mountain. P
Gentlemen of the Jury. i
The following jurors have been drawn F
for the Court of Common Pleas, which 0
convenes on the 20th day of July: 1. H. d
Boulware, J. W. Long, B. Lindsay
Dominick, Thos. J. Hayes, David Hen
derson, S. Arthur Quattlebaum, John
A. Long, John D. Sheely, L. M. Fellers, c
Frank L. Lominick, W. Frank Brown, d
Bright L. Miller, B. F. Griffin, Jacob I
A. Mayer, Math McCarley, iamp c
Nichols, Walter F. Ruff, Levi Q. Fel- a
lers, James Miller, A. N. Boland, P. 0.
W. Setzler, Jacob A. Sheely, C. C.
Crouch, Robert P. Cromer, B. H. Wil
son, John T. Wheeler, Arthur E. I,oni
inick, 1. H. Compton, J. A. C. Kibler,
Robert W. Glymph, S. S. Langford,
Chris S. Ruff, Malcomb L. Long, G. M.
B. Epting, Thos. J. Wilson, Wm. C.
Debate at Little Mountain.
The Little Mountain Literary Society I
will hold a public debate at the school
house Saturday evening, July 11th, at
8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid Society will
furnish refreshments. Public is invited.
There will be no admissions. Following
is the programme:
Address by President Jas. E. Shealy.
Orator, H. 1). Chapman.
Question: Resolved, That the South
was justifyable in waging the Civil
J. K. Derrick, J. U. Shealy.
B. V. Chapman, J. B. Derrick.
Married in Texas.
Miss Eunice Martin wvas married on
June 17, in Houston, Tex., to Mr. Rob
ert L. Carroll, a worthy young man of
Several weeks ago Miss Maggie Mar
tin won a diamond ring offered the best
salesladay in Houston.
These young ladies are daughters of
e J. G Martin, who moved from this
e county to Texas several years ago.
Ice Cteam Festival.
An ice cream festival wvill be given
at Smyra church on Friday afternoon
al from '1 to 8 by the Children's Mission
y ary Society. Ice cream and cake will
n be served. Proceeds will go for the
aS benefit of the church.
State Sunday School AssocIation.
is To Pastors, Superintendents and Teach
ra- The 26th annual convention of the
South Carolina Sunday School Associa
tion will be held in the Washington
Street Presbyterian Church of Green
ville, S. C.. August 25-27. The Execu
nt itive Committee recommendls that the
vo County Conventions be held either dlur
be ing July or August and that delegates
S2 ibe elected then to the State Convention.
an |Mrs. Mary Foster Bryner, known as the
of |most expert primary teacher in this
at |country, wvill attend the convention,
ce teach the lessons and make addr:esses.
nd(l We are very fortunate in securing Mrs.
Bryner's services for this meeting.
nd(1 PromInent speakes of all denominations
on will take part. Programis will be issued
1(1. Let all of our Christian p)eop)le encour
ndl age by p)resenc:e as by symp)athy this
nd1 imp)ortant gathering, that great good
may come to the cause we all love so
W. E. PlH:IIAM,
to Chairman State Ex. Comn.
Newvberry, S. C., .June 30.
nia ro Week End Rates
. rmpoints on the Atlantic Coast
e-Line to Seaside Resorts, tickets on Bale
me Saturday, good returning including Monr
as (lay following, attractive schedules, ur.
Ssurpassed service Summer TIour ist
00Tickets to Mountain and Seaside Rtesort.s
limited for return p)assage to October
10 31st on sale until September 30th.
10 F'or full particulars, rates, ettc, calI
15on P'icket Agent,s or write,
00 General Passenger Agent
II. M. EMERSON,
10c. Traffic Manager
ach - Wilmington, N. C.
Ued-IiO IS lIE? Who iai it that make
c nain?the ewer-gallons; wears-longe
rominent Speakers will Deliver Addresses
in the Interest of Education.
A rally for education will be held in
fewberry on Saturday. The exercises
ill be held in the opera house, begiii
ing at oa in.
Dr. George D. Cromer, president of
ewberry College, and Prof. J. G Clink
,ales, of Wofford College, will deliver
The teachers, school trustees, and
-iends to education in Newberry County
re cordially invited and earnestly urged
attend these exercises.
State Board of Bqualizat ion.
The State Board 'of Equalization will
ieet in Columbia on the 15th day of
uly. Newberry county will be repre
3nted by NI r. H. H, Folk.
Stealing From Power House.
George Collins, colored, was brought
efore Mayor Earhardt yesterday morn
ig charged with stealing wood from
he power house. He is fireman at the
ower house, and it seems had been
oing to the wood pile early in the
iorning and taking therefrom. such
icces as he thought best suited for his
wn use. He was given $5.00 or thirty
Application for Dispenser.
'T'le County Board of Control will re
eive applications for the positions of
ispenser at Newberry, dispensdr at
rosperity, and clerk to the dispenser
t Newberry, until 11 a. m., on the 18th
ay of July.
House and Lot Sold.
The lot in the city containing three
ourths of. an acre, with house thereon,
he property of Alice Long, was sold at
uction yesterday to John H. Wicker
"The Gambling Man."
The gentlemen of the police force
lave been making it hotter than, the
veather for the gambliig man in N(Nw
>erry the past several days.
On Saturday afternoon Messrs. S. G.
Jarter and 13. E,. Koon ran across a nest
)f seven gamblers, all negro ieh, in a
>ine thicket about half a mile from the
!ity, along Scott's creek. These seven
vere hauled before - the Mayor yester
lay morning and rec'eived $3.03 each.
Yesterday Messrs. Carter and Beden
>augh ran across four more gamblers,
1egro men, in .Win. Davis' blacksniiti
;hop. These were placel under arrest
md will be given due consideration thie
Organization in No. 9.
A good roads association for No. j
rownship wias organized at Plrosporit3
)n Saturday. R. T.' C. Hunter wa,
-hosen president, )r. C. T. Wyche vic<
-resident, an J. S. Wheeler secretar
All roadi overseers for No. 9 Town
ship wvere elected delegates to th<
county Association, which meet; a
Newbecrry on luonday, July 13.
R. T. C. Hunter,
J1. S. Wheeler,
Whereas, God in his all-wise p)rovi
dence, has seen fit to remove from oui
midst our beloved brother and co-wvorkc
Carroll Forest Shealy; be it.
Resolved, 1st. That wve as a 'Sunda3
school bo0w in humble submission to tI'
wvill of Him wvho doeth all things wel
2nd. That in his (death wve fully r<
alize that we sust.ain .the loss of a d
vout Christian gentleman a( c<
3(d. Thalt wvhile wve are painfully ini
p)ressedl with the absence of his chee
ing face and earnest inquiries, yet v
feel that our loss is his eternal gain.
4t.h. That we extend our sincere in
heartfelt sympathies t.o the grie
stricken family in this time of the
deep) distress and sore .boreavemen
and commendl them to the loving, te
decr care of our blessedi Saviour.
5th. Tihat a copy of these resohuitio
lhe sent to the famIly of. the dleceas'e
and also to the I,itherdn Visitor al
coun it.y papers~ for pu~bl ication.
THE ANNUAL SUMM4EF
Clearing Out Sal
All Millinery, Hats an
All Low Quarter Shoe
and Slippers, Mern
All Summer Clothing
All Summer D r es
r - -.nnPnRnTm, S. n.
All Summer Cloth
Cut Shoes at Actual (
are New Spring Go
Merchandise but Nev
and see the bargains
The latest blocks
of Negl;gee Shirts, F
wear, all of which wil
.margin of profit to us
. Newberry, S. C., .
able goods. We are
mer stuff and are c
some price. We hav
White Goods in India
beautiful and sheer,1
and Madras, all to go
Mercerized White Go
will be included in
Lawns, Dimities, Bat
Organdies to go at c
Ties for Men, Ladies,
Don't fail to visit (
tage of the many bar
SYOU WIL.L LEARI
profitable to have
clothes. The longer
have to buy. We h
Trousers pressed w
Coats Cleaned aii
Vests Cleaned aii
"Pants Cleaned ar
SSkirts Gleaned ar
We dye to live.
to the most delicat
-plant. If you are no
erespectfully solicit a
Sfrom you. ir our w irk
south (JaroI,i w <ioni't was y
Until You are Sure Yo
Yue t protecitI( re<lin
ple0ase you that, we say Y Oi
This is Your Sto
lTin White I aries, Silks, I
ing, Straw Hats and Low
.ost for the Cash. These
ods. No old shop worn
v U p-to-date styles. Call
in Felt Hats. A nice line
Lncy Hosiery and Under
I be sold at a very close
uly 29, 1903.
I St We will put the
knife in all season
heavily stocked in sum
letermined to unload at
F thousands of yards of
Linens, Persian Lawns,
stripe Lawns, Nainsooks
at very low prices. Our
ods are unsurpassed and
this sale. All colored
iste, Swisses. Mulls and
sacrificed prices. Oxford
Misses and Children.
>ur store and take advan
gains we will offer.
's for business,
I SOME DAY that it 's
us clean and press your
-they wear the less you
alp to make them wear.
ile you wait.
d Pressed, 50 Cents.
d Pressed. 25 Cents.
d Pressed. 25 Cents.
d Pressed. 50 Cents.
i Pressed. 25 Cents.
Anything dyed from a suit
e silks in our steam dye
t now patronizing us we
trial package of laundry
niot 0(<1nal to any thatt canf b)e produced00( in
nir p) itroi1go. Som1 you r goodH b)y the3
is ily oi Deplosit
u are Satistled With Purchase.
I4G BY MAIL.
0.D.wh<> cai tll yo i omnethig bot
JO MONEY BACK if she fails.
si The stranger in town
rind) abt) you ill Strkee~1t.
aEM O. D. o ecosoj ue
EStILTON ( R arotJ diiCte umr